use protestation in a sentence.
Despite the website's protestations it worked just fine in Firefox.
A rate which was fixed by the buyer, with no protestation allowed by the seller.
When the reward value is tied very closely to the amount that is backed, Kickstarter is defacto acting as a store with preorders, despite their protestations.
A friend of mine at Gawker told me that Nick Denton got the idea for the redesign and made them do it despite the protestations of members of the team (like, everyone selling the ad inventory).
That is precisely what I am not seeing, despite protestations that this behaviour is common, normal, etc, etc...
Regardless of OP's protestations, the diagonal one dots, two dots, etc.
Despite the protestations that Lego blocks are just raw materials, a lot of of people do like Legos as a sort of easier scale-model-building hobby.
In the US, an "Alford plea" is a clearer vehicle for a protestation of actual innocence wrapped in a plea of legally guilty (or at least convict-able).
The ability to organize protestations live via cell phones is becoming more popular all around the world.
Despite his protestations, I think the author does have a sense of "time investment" and is probably often glad he "stuck with it.